Single worst bug for ports: lang/gcc* doesn't support c++11
Russell L. Carter
rcarter at pinyon.org
Sun Mar 8 05:33:58 UTC 2015
On 03/07/15 16:14, Yuri wrote:
> Many packages still don't build with clang (in part because Linux didn't
> adopt it as much as FreeBSD did), and at the same time they are changing
> code to be c++11.
> As a result, many such packages can't be updated any more.
> In two days I hit this problem twice.
I would like to understand better the problem here, because I use c++11
features heavily with lang/gcc49 on a daily basis with zero problems.
gcc5 is still buggy, but gcc49 is a pleasure to work with.
I must be missing something, because if you want to support c++11, why
wouldn't you require gcc49? What am I missing? I'm just trying to
learn the ports philosophy here better.
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